Our team has been busy coming out with new versions of our products since the beginning of the year, so we gathered the entire list for Q1 in one place.
Today we’re excited to officially announce our partnership with PostHog. We’ve worked with PostHog’s teams on this integration and have collaborated on ClickHouse-related topics since 2020. It’s great to be able to share with the wider open source analytics community what we’ve been working on together.
A few weeks ago the SingleStore team published interesting research in their blog. They demonstrated how to load 100 billion rows in a database in 10 minutes. While it did not seem outstanding for ClickHouse, we were intrigued to learn how much faster we can accomplish the same task, so we conducted some experiments in Altinity.Cloud.
Read Altinity’s 2021 earnings report to learn more about YoY increase in ClickHouse service bookings and Altinity.Cloud subscriptions, product milestones, and plans for 2022.
ClickHouse is never used as a standalone – it integrates with other data sources and exposes query results to applications. Upstream data for OLAP is sometimes in relational databases like MSQL SQL Server. The JDBC and ODBC bridges provide a flexible way to connect and fetch data, especially in environments like Kubernetes.
2021 has been a great year for Altinity.Cloud. Altinity.Cloud users have grown to almost a third of our subscription customers. So what have we learned? In this article, I would like to call out three points for anyone working on real-time analytics and ClickHouse.
ARM processors are hot. Amazon AWS and Apple have been building their own ARM processors for a few years already. Today we are happy to announce the first ever managed ClickHouse on ARM!
ClickHouse and Altinity products are not subject to CVE-2021-44228 based on knowledge available today. If you run any Java applications, you should check whether they have the affected Log4J library version. Check here for advice to detect and remediate the problem.
ClickHouse is on the fast track to become the most popular analytic database on the planet. Learn how users can run in Altinity.Cloud or manage ClickHouse themselves
As regular readers of this blog are aware, Altinity.Cloud now supports Google Cloud Platform, also known as GCP. I recently took the new capability out for a spin to see what it’s like to run ClickHouse there.
Learn how you can load and test ClickHouse datasets with lightning speed and leverage the power of cloud operation with this Altinity.Cloud tutorial. PS…You’ll find it’s really easy too!
Back in March, we told you we take the responsibility to protect customer data with the highest standards of security and it’s something we take very seriously. Today we are happy to announce that Altinity.Cloud is now SOC 2 Type II certified!